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The boy who couldn't keep his clothes on

The boy who couldn't keep his clothes on
loved dancing all night long
The boy who couldn't keep his clothes on
loved dancing all night long

So far away from home
So free and so alone
His head up in the clouds
His body in the crowds

The boy who couldn't keep his clothes on
loved dancing all night long
The boy who couldn't keep his clothes on
loved dancing all night long

To rise above the pain
To prove them all wrong again
To shake away at last
the secret in his past
He is exactly where he wants to be
in a world of his own

His shirt falls to the floor
He's taking off some more
The crowd all love the show
Just how far will he go?

The boy who couldn't keep his clothes on
loved dancing all night long
The boy who couldn't keep his clothes on
loved dancing all night long

From

A red letter day

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On this day

1987: RIAA awards a U.S. gold album to Actually.

1990: Chris and Neil appear at a London bookstore to sign Chris Heath's book Pet Shop Boys, Literally. The crowd becomes so unmanageable that police must break it up.

1991: Discography debuts on the U.S. album chart.

2011: They write a new song tentatively titled 'The Opera,' with Chris working on the music and Neil writing lyrics, after which he records a vocal. Later Neil phones Andrew Dawson in Los Angeles to discuss his co-producing their next album.

2012: Neil and Chris discuss plans for their upcoming tour with their manager Angela Becker. They also work on a new track, 'Thursday Night Special,' soon to be renamed just 'Thursday.'

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Facts courtesy of geowayne.com